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Historians believe the Chief Pontiac was called chief only the white man. They have come to believe that the Ottawas themselves did not have a chief at the time when Pontiac became famous.
Pontiac was allies with the French and in April of that year, he got together with other Indian leaders to call for attacks on British forts.
In 1766, Chief Pontiac and Sir William Johnson, the British Superintendent of Indian Affairs, agreed to end the fighting.
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Pontiac was labeled the "chief" of the Ottawas by his white contemporaries and subsequent historians; modern historians believe that the Ottawas did not have an overall Chief in Pontiac's time, and that Native American leaders did not issue commands with the authority that Pontiac was traditionally portrayed as having.
Pontiac was probably born between 1712 and 1720, perhaps at an Ottawa village on the Detroit or Maumee Rivers.
Returning to the Illinois Country, Pontiac was murdered on April 20, 1769 at the French village of Cahokia (nearly opposite St. Louis, Missouri) by a Peoria Indian, perhaps in retaliation for an earlier attack by Pontiac.
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 Chief Pontiac's siege of Detroit
Pontiac was a powerful orator as well as warrior, and possessed a keen intelligence and skill as a strategist.
Pontiac dictated a letter to Gladwin offering to bury the hatchet and give up the siege, but Gladwin refused to meet with him until he had word from Amherst.
Pontiac, a heroic warrior who united previously feuding tribes in an unprecedented resistance to the men who would change their way of life and the face of their land forever, left a legacy of courage and honor.
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On April 20, 1769, a nephew of Makatchinga, a Peoria chief of the Illinois confederation, murdered Chief Pontiac in the streets of the French village of Cahokia.
Pontiac was an Ottawa war leader who took an indeterminate part in the increasingly anti-English councils and negotiations among the western allies of the French following the fall of Canada to the British in 1760.
On April 20, 1769, a nephew of Makatchinga, a Peoria chief of the Illinois confederation, murdered him in the streets of the French village of Cahokia.
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Chief Seattle was the son of the chief of the Suquamish tribe while his mother was from the Duwamish tribe.
During the time that Chief Seattle was leader of the tribes he had to deal with the expanding white population.
Chief Seattle was known for his speeches, specifically the one titled, “Chief Seattle’s Reply.” This was in Reply to a speech by Governor Isaac Stevens.
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 Chief Joseph - A heros story
Chief Joseph was a very admirable man who fought for his tribe until his death.
But he tried hard to keep the peace between his Indian tribe and the white man. Chief Joseph saw that more and more white men were coming, and one time during one of their treks a few of his tribe snuck away, attacked a white settlers camp, and killed 34 men.
Chief Joseph knew that even though his men had won the battle, there would always be more white men.
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 Chief Pontiac - EnchantedLearning.com
Pontiac became chief of the Ottawa Indians in 1755.
The English called this action "Pontiac's Conspiracy." Pontiac's strategy was to have each of the 18 local Indian tribes attack the fort nearest to them in May 1763, and then to eliminate the British settlements.
Pontiac planned to conquer Fort Detroit (what is now Detroit, Michigan) on May 7, 1762, but his plan was betrayed, and the British found out about it.
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 Chief Pontiac Trail
The Chief Pontiac Trail Committee is a volunteer group of scouters operating a hiking trail program with outdoor experiences for all age groups.
These programs are available for all school age groups and although primarily focused to groups related to the Boy Scouts of America (Tiger Cubs, Cubs, Webelos, Boy Scouts, Venturers and Explorers), all youth groups are welcome to participate.
The Chief Pontiac Trail Program is administered through the Clinton Valley Council of the Boy Scouts of America.
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